Tag: Austin

Coronavirus: Texas Governor Orders Bars, Eateries, Schools Closed

AUSTIN, TX — Texas Gov. Greg Abbott issued an executive order Thursday prohibiting dine-in eating at restaurants as well as gatherings of more than 10 people, a public health disaster declaration amid the new coronavirus outbreak. In addition, he ordered schools and gyms to close by noon Friday through at least April 3. The order…


Downtown Austin TX Is Booming – 37 Towers Are Planned For Development

If you live or work in the downtown Austin area you know that it’s booming because it’s easy to see evidence of the growth on a daily basis because almost everywhere you look, it’s easy to spot a construction crane. How fast is the downtown ATX area growing though? Thanks to recent stats from bizjournals.com…


Should You Add USB Electrical Outlets to Your Home? The Answer is Yes!

Are you searching for information on which improvements you should make to your home? If so, you come to the right place! One of the very best improvements that you should consider making to your home in 2020 is adding USB electrical outlets in each room. This is a smart Improvement to make because, in…


Austin Texas Real Estate Agent – Buy Or Sell A Home Here

Are you searching for an Austin Texas real estate agent? If so, you’ve come to the right place! I’ve been helping buyers and sellers across the Austin Texas area with all their real estate needs since the year 2000! It doesn’t matter if you’re searching for a single-family home, condo, town home or investment property…


Things that you should be on the lookout for when you relocate to a new area.

Are you planning on renting or buying a new home in the Austin Texas area? If so, you’ve come to the right place! In this article, I’ll share with you several tips about the things that you should be on the lookout for when you relocate to a new area. Area Safety The first thing…


Do I Work with Expired Listings?

One of the worst feelings as a home owner is to list your home for sale on the MLS only to have that listing result in becoming expired. These listings occur every year for a variety of reasons and they are typically not the homeowner’s fault. Why Do Expired Listings Occur? An expired listing can…


Don’t Forget to Check Your Fire Extinguisher This Month!

Having a working fire extinguisher in the home is something that most people don’t really think about until they actually need one. Sadly, since the average person is not going to need their fire extinguisher, they typically forget to see if it’s still actually working and in viable condition. Most home owners or renters find…


What Is An ADU? Will It Add Value to Your Home?

ADU’s, or accessory dwelling units, have been all the “rage” in recent years as everyone seems to be talking about them from coast to coast but the big question is what exactly are, they and how can you get one if you’re a homeowner in the ATX area? Accessory Dwelling Units Defined ADU stands for…


Happy New Year from Real Estate in ATX!

2020 is here and with the start of a new year also comes the beginning of a new decade. The last decade saw tremendous growth for the real estate market, especially in Austin Texas, where the local market doesn’t resemble the housing market that we had 10 years ago. Don’t Let Another 10 Years Go…


Austin Texas Holiday Events for The Next 2 Weeks

Christmas is literally around the corner and if you’re struggling with finding things to do in the ATX area then you’re in luck! This article is packed with a wide variety of fun things to do in the Austin area. Holiday light viewings Emily Ann Theatre Trail of Lights. 6-9 p.m. Sunday-Thursday, 6-10 p.m. Friday and…